Port Macquarie Cup Betting tips

The Port Macquarie Cup is held towards the end of the year and routinely draws plenty of attention.

The big names have made a habit of visiting Port Macquarie, and they have dominated the Cup in recent times.

It is in your best interests to follow the big stables to see what runners the elect to take. Even if it’s a lower tier stable runner they can still deliver a strong country cup performance.

Port Macquarie Cup Bookie Offers

The Port Macquarie Cup isn’t a huge fixture on the Australian racing calendar, but you can expect to see the bookmakers offering bonuses on this country feature.

Check back closer to Port Macquarie Cup race day for all the bookmaker promotions.

Port Macquarie Cup Odds

There’s no clear pathway towards the Port Macquarie Cup, so it makes future betting very tricky.

Check our tables below for markets on Port Macquarie Cup odds.

Port Macquarie Cup Field

It is hard to get a gauge on the Port Macquarie Cup field as horses do not typically make this race a target event.

However, in the weeks leading up to the race a field will become clearer.

Check back closer to the race date for the final fields for the Port Macquarie Cup.

Port Macquarie Cup Form Guide

Without the local trainers targeting the feature event it is hard to know which races you should follow leading into the Port Macquarie Cup.

However, the big name trainers tend to send their horses around in the feature, which is always a good indication that they’ll do well.

The 2018 winner was the Chris Waller trained Exoteric.

Port Macquarie Cup Bet of the day

Country meets are more difficult to predict than the city features as it is somewhat of a shot in the dark as to which runners will take their place in the events.

It always pays to follow the form at the Port Macquarie track to see which gallopers can handle the track and which ones cannot.

Check back closer to the race date for an in-depth analysis of the race and our best bet of the day.

Port Macquarie Cup race schedule

Usually taking place in the second half of the year, the Port Macquarie Cup is a highly anticipated event for the locals.

The 2019 Port Macquarie Cup is set to be run on October 2.

Port Macquarie Cup history & key facts

The Port Macquarie Cup is one of NSW’s best known country cups and is an event that routinely draws the big name trainers from the state.

The Port Macquarie Cup Carnival is conducted from late September to early October, with the feature race being the being the Port Macquarie Cup over 2000m.

Port Macquarie Cup live streaming & race replay

Currently the only online bookmaker in Australia live streaming on the Port Macquarie Cup race day is BetEasy, which also shows vision of all Sky 1 and Sky 2 channels.

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